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In January 2020, a point-in-time count in the United States revealed homelessness continues to be a public health emergency. There were 580,466 people experiencing homelessness on a single night, a 2.2% percent jump from the previous year. Nearly 40% were unsheltered and living in abandoned buildings, cars, encampments, parks, or

In the summer of 2020, Los Angeles—like the rest of the United States—was knee-deep in the Covid pandemic. Amid the disaster, day after day, tens of thousands of protesters gathered throughout the city, distraught and outraged by another plague upon our nation: racism. Protests were sparked by the killing of